German GAAP Reporting for China Subsidiaries -
Requirements, Challenges & Best Practices
China GAAP is different and German GAAP even more, especially since China GAAP adopted more concepts from IFRS. German GAAP reportings have their own complexity and Chinese accountants may not be fully familiar with the underlying expectations.
But what is the magic of HBI and HBII? What level of information detail is required for German GAAP, also considering notes and disclosures? What are the key points which require attention by the Chinese accountant? What are the tweaks, twists and commonly seen pitfalls in practice? How can the reporting become more reliable, more efficient or even automized?
This session will shed light on best practice around German GAAP reporting for middle market enterprises with subsidiaries in China.
Price: Member: 250 RMB / Non-member: 400 RMB
(To be paid onsite by Cash, WeChat, Alipay or Credit Card)
Venue: Four Seasons Hotel Pudong, Shanghai
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